Staron Solid Surfaces is being used locally and internationally by renowned designers and architects. They unite ultimate functionality with contemporary aesthetics.
August 11th, 2016
The eternal curse – rings. You know the kind: those circles discolouring our tabletops and surfaces, for which no amount of scrubbing or elbow grease will reverse the ruination. And with wine glasses and coffee cups remaining as the numero uno y dos culprits, Australia’s hospitality industry is bordering on despair. This is where Staron intervenes.
Staron Solid Surfaces – supplied by Austaron Surfaces – answers our prayers for stain-resistance, odour elimination, and effortless cleaning. Comprising a natural and pure mineral derived from bauxite ore blended with advanced pure acrylic resin, the Staron is a forerunner in premium surface design that is perfect for residential and commercial projects. Silken smooth, pliable, and available in over 80 colours and finishes, the Staron has finally united the aesthetically pleasing to the functionally brilliant.
Due to its supple and graphic nature, Staron Solid Surfaces permits unique designs suited to the specific atmosphere of any space or venue. Smooth, curved surfaces, or dramatic geometric shapes, can ignite bars, restaurants, bathrooms and hotels, with life and attraction. Create flowing wall cladding that is smooth and monolithic for a beautiful finish that oozes luxury. Continue to hotel reception counters, hotel room tables, bathroom vanities and bathtubs. Virtually anything you can dream of, you can create with Staron. Highly durable and forgiving, Staron is the solution to those high traffic areas where renewable surfaces that are also quiet and noise-absorptive are the order of the day.
One of the largest concerns in the A+D community today is extending the lifecycle of our products and spaces. As part of the general move toward more intelligent, sustainable design, the Staron’s intense durability infers that this surface will maintain its appearance for years, enjoying a very extended life of application. Its non-porous properties – while ultimately stain resistant – permit the easiest cleaning regimen, and so the Staron no-brainer hygienic solution for use in bathrooms, vanities or restroom partitions.
To see how Staron has been used by designers and architects in their projects, view the Staron channel.
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